30 January 2015 | Online since 2003

30 January 2015 | Arable

UK farmers face decline in profitability

30 January 2015 | Cattle
Dairy farmers need to 'move on from the moaning'

NFU Scotland's Milk Committee is calling for dairy producers from across the UK to pull together and take the positive story ...


30 January 2015 | Appointments
Future leaders come together to hone skills

Leadership skills came under the spotlight during the past fortnight for sixteen individuals currently working in management ...


30 January 2015 | Animal Health
Get sheep worming right or face the consequences

The consequences of not knowing whether your wormers are working efficiently could be dire for sheep farmers. This is the mai...


30 January 2015 | News
New powers for supermarket adjudicator 'step towards stopping malpractice'

The Groceries Code Adjudicator will have the power to fine retailers and their direct suppliers' unfair trading practices in ...


30 January 2015 | Arable
UK farmers face decline in profitability

Defra’s latest Farm Business Income forecasts predict a decline in the profitability of farming across the majority of farmin...


29 January 2015 | Housing and Storage
New JCB generators provide reliable power for farming

A more efficient range of diesel generators with a number of improved features has been launched into the farm equipment mark...


29 January 2015 | News
Landowners call on government to protect land from flooding

Landowners have called on the Government to put more emphasis on protecting valuable agricultural land from the risk of flood...


29 January 2015 | Machinery and Equipment
Drones 'rapidly changing' agriculture

BASIS has launched an accreditation for pilots of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or drones in response to the increasing use o...


29 January 2015 | Arable
Wales' Young Farmers' Club funding cuts 'will have big impact on rural Wales'

The Chairman of the Wales' Young Farmers' Clubs (YFC) has said he was 'extremely disappointed' after receiving major cuts to ...


29 January 2015 | Machinery and Equipment
John Deere Gator marks 200,000th CESAR milestone

All new John Deere Gator utility vehicles will now be equipped with CESAR security and registration system from Datatag ID Li...


29 January 2015 | News
Total number of council held farms continues to fall

The total number of council held farms has fallen from 2,532 in 2012/13 to 2,504 in 2013/4. This is part of a five year decli...


29 January 2015 | Cattle
Falling milk prices contributing to farmer depression

Falling milk prices are causing financial worries for many farmers and can even contribute to a sense of isolation and even i...


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France faces billion euro bill for excessive farm subsidies

France has been landed with a bill for 1.1 billion euro after the European Commission demanded a refund for agricultural subs...


30 January 2015
Farmers allege foul play in dairy farming loans

Farmers in Morva Hadaf taluka of Panchmahal district are caught in a fix as amounts they were promised as loan for a scheme f...


30 January 2015
GM crop cultivation in China shrinks

China's genetically modified (GM) crop planting areas declined in 2014 amid heated discussions over safety concerns, a study ...


30 January 2015
Avian flu rampages in Taiwan, hits China, India

Taiwan yesterday reported more than 100 avian flu outbreaks of three different subtypes, affecting hundreds of thousands of p...


30 January 2015
Ban on cultivation draws farmers’ ire

Following the ban imposed on cultivation in the proposed capital city area, angry farmers from Krishna river bank villages on...


30 January 2015
Shenhua gets nod, readies to dig under farmland

Chinese giant Shenhua is gearing up to develop a new coalmine in NSW after getting the green light from the government’s inde...


30 January 2015
Unstable prices turn farmers into potato chip producers

Unstable prices for agriculture have turned two British farmers into potato chip producers. Childhood friends Rod Garnham and...


30 January 2015
General Manager - Agriculture Sector International

General ManagerInternationalGloucesterc£85k generous benefitsOur client has been established for almost 30 years and pr...


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MARKETING MANAGER - TO SUPPORT COMMERCIAL SALES ACTIVTIES ACROSS THE EMEA AND ASIA PACIFIC AREAS.Our Client is a world leader...


30 January 2015
General Manager

General ManagerGloucesterc£85k generous benefitsOur client has been established for almost 30 years and provide both se...


30 January 2015
Farm Tutor

Farm Tutor Grade MS1 - MS4 Salary £19,158 - £28,686 Salary dependent on qualifications 5 days p...


29 January 2015
Agricultural Solicitor

This regional law firm is looking to appoint a further Agricultural Solicitor within their agriculture team within their Shro...


29 January 2015
Cleaner

Required to work at Lower Farm 10hrs working starting at 3.30pm. Permanent Cleaners are required at the following locations t...


29 January 2015
Deputy Headteacher - Hill Farm Primary School - SL/083/15

Hill Farm Primary School. Has the drive and ambition to go the extra mile to make great things happen at Hill Farm....


20 January 2015
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23 January 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 259 times
SEPRA Market Report - 23rd January 2015

The market and demand appears to be starting to improve with reports of demand starting to increase but its early days yet an...


9 January 2015 | Poultry | Viewed 400 times
SEPRA Market Report - 9th January 2015

A happy and prosperous new year to all our friends and members

Don’t panic don’t panic don’t panic that...


7 January 2015 | Forestry | Viewed 881 times
US log prices fall due to decreasing exports to As...

For many years, the sawlog market in Western US has been impacted by the demand forlogs and lumber in Asia. With the constant...


12 December 2014 | Poultry | Viewed 1282 times
SEPRA Market Report - 12th December 2014

The market is quieter which is expected, some people in England are reducing prices slightly on Colony eggs, Free Range are s...


9 December 2014 | Poultry | Viewed 1113 times
SEPRA Market Report - 5th December 2014

The market is reasonably stable, slightly more eggs available and now covering demand, probably no further price increases be...


9 December 2014 | Dairy | Viewed 1161 times
November 2014 Wholesale Milk Production

The format of UK wholesale milk production notices for the 2014/15 quota year is intended to provide comprehensive and detail...


8 December 2014 | Forestry | Viewed 1473 times
US softwood lumber prices trends downward

Prices for softwood lumber imported to China increased this fall, while they fell in Japan as the housing market weakened. In...



11 February 2015
Energy Now Expo 2015

Farming is one of the most energy intensive industries in operation today. As these energy costs continue to rise, ...


23 May 2015
The Fife Show

The Fife Show is a traditional agricultural show of long standing and its principal aim is to give the public an op...


25 May 2015
Northumberland County Show

Come and join in the fun at Northumberland County Show with something for everyone.

Showing Classes for Cattle, ...


7 June 2015
Rutland County Show

The Rutland Show is an all round county show for the people of Rutland and the surrounding areas. It provides a uni...


31 May 2015
Cambridgeshire County Show

CAMBS COUNTY SHOW CELEBRATES 16 YEARS IN 2015

The Cambridgeshire County Show Committee would like to thank the g...


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24 January 2015
Chicago Reports

23/01/15 -- Soycomplex: Beans closed lower on the day and lower for the third week in a row. We...


24 January 2015
EU Reports

23/01/15 -- EU grains closed mixed, with the Paris markets mostly higher on acute euro weakness...



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30 January 2015 | West Yorkshire £650,000.00
Stone Heaps, Walton, nr Wakefield

A detached period property standing within attractive gardens and grounds of approximately...

30 January 2015 | Cheshire £595,000.00
The Stables, Carter Lane, Chelford

A modern equestrian establishment with superb facilities sitting in just under 19 acres.
...

29 January 2015 | London £850,000.00
Barwell Lane, Chessington

EQUESTRIAN - A newly built but characterful detached cottage situated in a semi-rural sett...

29 January 2015 | North Yorkshire £300,000.00
Land at Caldwell, Richmond

Productive block of versatile agricultural land extending to approximately 37.51 acres (15...

28 January 2015 | Lincolnshire £850,000.00
Land At Horkstow Bridge

INVESTMENT LAND AT HORKSTOW BRIDGE, SOUTH HUMBERSIDE

AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNIT...

28 January 2015 | Cumbria £895,000.00
Crook, Kendal

Tucked away in the beautiful and tranquil Gilpin valley, this charming Grade II listed Wes...

27 January 2015 | East Sussex £1,200,000.00
Peans Farm, Penhurst, Battle

**Guide Price £1,200,000 - £1,400,000** A beautifully located Grade II Listed period count...

24 November 2014 | Essex £250.00
Saddleback boar and sow

Down sizing herd so have 2 saddleback sows and one boar. The boar is pedigree golden arrow...


17 December 2014 | Not specified £95,000.00
John Deere 8345R

AutoPowr, 50K, ILS, 4SCV, Active seat, 800/70R38 600/65R30 30%


16 December 2014 | Not specified £1,545.00
Tractor Front Weight, 1200KG, 3 Point Linkage, PHILIP WATKINS - NEW

Machinery,Front Mounted Equipment,Philip Watkins


1 December 2014 | Norfolk £31,000.00
McCormick - X60.40 TRACTOR

40K
AIR CON, AIR SEAT
PASSENGER SEAT, RADIO
420/85R38 - 90%
380/85R24 - 90%


17 December 2014 | Not specified £65,500.00
John Deere 6150R

AutoPowr, 50K, TLS, HCS, 3ESCV, front linkage, 650/540 Michelin FRONT WEIGHT NOT INCLUDED


16 December 2014 | Not specified £8,350.00
KOCKERLING AT400, 4 metre tine seeder,

Machinery,Drills,KOCKERLING


2 February 2010 | Norfolk £295-£675
Windfalls

Enjoy a comfortable and relaxed stay at this attractive and well furnished cottege on a wo...



23 February 2010 | Norfolk £30-£40
Hillside Farm

Hillside Farm offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in a beautifully restored 16th...



1 February 2010 | Derbyshire £350-£500
Woodland Hills Court Holiday Cottages

Woodland Hills Court holiday cottages are brick built. Four have 2 double/twin bedrooms, o...



9 March 2010 | Somerset £37.50-£50
Blackmore Farm

Blackmore Farm Accommodation . . .

Step back in time at this unique Grade 1 Listed, 14t...



28 April 2010 | Nottinghamshire £240-£255
The Mews

Once a hayloft and stables for the working horses on the farm, now The Mews has been trans...



28 January 2010 | North Yorkshire £35-£45
Greenwick Farm

Picturesque family run farm on Wolds. Glorious views from farmhouse set in lovely garden,...



13 April 2010 | Northamptonshire £525-£525
The Stable and Tack Room

The Elkington Manor Farm Cottages are two very well equipped self contained units offering...



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